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13 APRIL 2012: Hamilton City Council has appointed Cherie Meecham as its new Director of the Waikato Museum. Cherie is currently at Rotorua Museum where she has been Deputy Director for the past six years and will join Waikato Museum in mid-June.
11 APRIL 2012: Waikato Museum has been named a finalist in the New Zealand Museum Awards 2012, with not one but two of its entries.
Frankton Market, risk management, a conflict of interest register for Councillors, a new Audit and Risk Committee and recommendations from a hearing into Variation 12 Rototuna Stucture Plan are on the agenda at today’s full Council meeting. The meeting which will be live streamed, starts with a public forum at 9.30am – all welcome.
5 APRIL 2012: It’s game on at Claudelands Arena this Sunday 8 April when the state of the art facility showcases its credentials in the ANZ Championship trans Tasman netball league.
4 APRIL 2012: Hamilton’s new Potter Children’s Garden at Parana Park is now open. Take your children there to enjoy this stunning kowhai themed play area.
3 APRIL 2012: The Waikato is one step closer to having a dynamic new arts organisation established. The recently formed Arts Trust, currently known as ‘Creative Waikato’, has just appointed eight highly skilled and experienced trustees tasked with realising its vision for a thriving and resilient arts sector in the region.
30 MARCH 2012: Hamilton City Council is looking to generate debate about proposals for local government reform, promoting an expanded metropolitan boundary for the city and support for a large rural Waikato council.
29 MARCH 2012: Motorists using Pembroke Street near Waikato Hospital should expect minor delays next week when Hamilton City Council contractors reseal the road.
27 MARCH 2012: Hamilton’s main dining and hospitality boulevards will be a little more ambient on Saturday night, 31 March, when streetlights are turned off for Earth Hour 2012.
26 MARCH 2012: Hamilton’s Social Well-being Strategy is up for review, and the community’s views on what it should include in future are being sought.
22 MARCH 2012: The three extra months the Municipal Pool will remain open for will cost around $40,000 less, following revision of the figures supplied to last week’s Council meeting where the Pool’s immediate future was considered.
22 MARCH 2012: An extended section of Hamilton’s riverbank walkway will be closed next week so a slip can be repaired.
20 MARCH 2012: Hamilton motorists are urged to take extra care at four busy city intersections where the changes to the Give Way rules will substantially affect traffic flows.
19 MARCH 2012: An event celebrating International Race Relations Day will be held in Hamilton’s Garden Place this Saturday, 24 March from 11am-3pm.
16 MARCH 2012: Hamilton’s Claudelands Arena will play host to the Silver Ferns netball team during the 2012 Quad Series later this year.
15 MARCH 2012: Care about your city’s future and want to share your thoughts? Now’s the time to tell Council what you think about it’s plans for the next 10 years.
15 MARCH 2012: A hand-crafted pump track for off-road cyclists will be unveiled at Melville’s Wheelz In The Park event this Sunday (18 March).
14 MARCH 2012: The public are invited to share a slice of birthday cake with one of Hamilton’s most colourful and iconic personalities tomorrow (Thursday, 15 March).
12 MARCH 2012: Hamilton Mayor Julie Hardaker presented her first State of the City Address of the year, outlining the plan to resolve the city’s financial challenges and her priorities for 2012.
12 MARCH 2012: Hamilton Zoo recently celebrated the birth of a baby Southern white rhinoceros calf.